The CAD's inaugural issue leads readers through the shifts and themes of Morrison's career to date in a beautifully crafted book that is itself a work of art. Edited by CAD founder Julian Lombardi, this sixty-page volume includes over thirty full color illustrations, a conversation with the artist, and critical essay entitled "Smoke in Eye" by artist and CAD contributor Serena Caffrey. Accessible and intimate, with an emphasis on the personal and emotional in addition to Morrison's more subtle cultural critique, this book belongs on the shelf of curators, academics, and art admirers alike.
Soft-touch laminate cover
80 lb. Mohawk interior paper
Printed and bound in the U.S.A.
9.25 x 11.25 x .375 inches